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THE RUKLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909.
5 cm HEWS Henry Limpid. of this city nnd Loulso Jlncon'of Sli-lliu nf wore mart led Satur day by Justice (1 W. Pebcrvtlto. Ira Fnrnsworth of .Tnnosvlllo was In city court Saturday nficriinein ami wan fined 5 and costs upon Ids plea of utility to a fit st offense of Intoxlenllon. Jennie H. C'lyimweth was Mnidny nppolnted by Hie probate court adminis trator of the estate of Cluy 11. Haines of UurlltiRton. 1'hlllp I'erelman was nrrnlRned he.foro Justice O. V. Debervllle Tuesday and was fined . and costs upon his plea of Entity to IwttiK Intoxicated. The suit of !. II. ISrown vs. C. H. How nt-.i nn nctlon of trover to recover tf.'Xi, wns entered Mondny in Chittenden conn iv court. Dr .md Mrs C. K. Johnson, formerly of tl t city and mm- of M ddlc-ex. are rnreiitM of n son. James Ullver John sin born unday evenlnc The chancery suit of Walter L. nine vs. Solon Itoblneon and ilattle Hnblnson, foreclosure, was entered yesterday in Chittenden county court. ' Over 4' people camo to Hnrllmrton Sunday from points nlonff the Control Veinn nt road and about of them toek the rio on the lake on tho steamer Tl conderosa. Anna Hreen was yesterday appointed by tho probate court administratrix of the estate of 1'iitrlek Hreen of Ji rlcho. with E W Henry ami Jieoph Therlcn com missioners ajid appraisers. Tatiul; Tamie was arralcned before Jtistl. e J. T Ftemns Tuesday and pleaded Bullty to a second offence of Intoxication. Tie was sentenced to servo SO days In jail. City Treasurer Ij r. (trant- bei;nn on Saturday to make out the tax bills. Taxes become payr.hle July 14 and the period for payment without costs expires August 22. Theodore 3". Hopkins has been nppoln ed received for the ttrm of Nash .t Cun ningham, upon petition tiled recently In tho court of chancery by Mr. Cunning ham. The enRacement Is announced of Miss Florence Jones to llobert It. Hnndloy. Jr., of Hlnphamton, X. V. Miss Jones Is the elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wylle 13. Jones, formerly of this city. At a meeting of the directors of ths Western Klectilc company held In New York city June 14, John S. Writ-lit, Sr., of Plttsbuiff, Ta.. fonneily of this city, was elected assistant treasurer. There was a ,ettlement and decree In probate co'irt Tuesday in the estate of Michael Ilradley of HlnosburRh. Irving Cobum was appointed Administrator of the estate of Lydla Z. Cobum of Hur lliiRtor.. Collector Charles II. Darllnff of the customs district of Vermont furnishes the followlns flRUies for the month of May: Collections, $Sl,DSriS9; merchandise, exported JM3,UG; collections for May, iriS. J42.23l.TS. Patrick Iyeo was before Justice O. W. Debervllle Saturday and was fined ?1 and costs for slappinu Charles SpauldlnR's mouth, the provocation bcln- that Bpauldlns called Lee a liar. Announcement Is made of the approach ing maniase of Miss Anna M. Casey, formerly of this city, to Thomas H. l'lynn of White Plains, X. Y. Tho cero-memj- will be performed Juno 25 at Whlta 1'Ums. James KeetlnR of Johnson, who was arrested In this city, charsod with steal inn cash and a mlleiiKe book, was taken to Johnson Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Wllford M. Smith and will be Riven a hiarlnor in that town. At the lecent commencement exercises o' I'ennliiKtem, N. .1., Seminary a gold n.' lal for the best work dono in do rr He science was award" d to Miss I ioience Taupiut, tlauRhier of Dr. and Mrs J. j:. TaRRart of this city. F. II. Kimball has been appointed fore man f till) IvilllR it CrOOdhUI- Manufae- tti-inj; company, to succeed Opoirc P. T t'le, who has accepted a pos tlon with the HurllriRton Machine & Itepalr com pany. Tlie Central Vermont Hallway company wll use Z extra cars of their own and 70 foielirn road cars to bririR people to liurlinRton teicentenarv wtek. The Hut land Railroad company will alho usa many cxtia cars. Kdward Corcoran w.th in city court yes terday and wns lined and costs of $7.46 Upon 'ils plea of frulliy to belnR intoxicated Corcoran disclosed that he Rot his Jag on half a pint of whiskey which he found by tl-e hide of th'j track in the railroad yard. The will of fleorqe D. Wr'.Kht of linr llngtop iitu proved In probate court Fil d.iy and Is-eirn CoiiRer was nppotntid executrix, with A. G. Whlltemore and F. P llrunion eommlslone! s and appials cis Tbeto was a settlement and deireo In the osmUi of fluy WIlleniKhby of Choi lotto. James Iee wius In city court Thursday and was eonvhted of u lo'irUi offence of Intoxication. He was lined Jin and costs of JiOM and ippenlc'l to county court Jon ph Minor was lined Vi and costs of JT.V. upon his plea of nullty to u III st offence. John Delaney, arrested in Kasex, cl.aivul with be.rs a tramp, was Riven a liearlllR bofote Justice J. T. Stearns Mndnv. He pleaded i.'ullly and was (entenced to serve 1& days in Jail. Wil liam Dancau, also arrested in Ksiox, pleaded Ruilty to betnK Intoxicated ami .wns lined $3 and costs of A larRo number attended the annual )UtlnR of tho Jlaitende'H' union Sun Jay nt Starr Farm Uoaeh and enjoyed the hospitality of the bartenders. A ball (tame and other sports occupied Hip aft ernoon and nn excellent rtsh chowder was tcrvrd. VS ayons conveyed the crowd fioni the end of the car lino to the tiearli. rho annual excursion of the Sunday icbools of the First and College Street 'hutches, was held on the Tlcondernsu Saturday, tho excursionists stopping at Adams Landlnx. The excursion was Uttended by about 100 pel sous. While tho party wan nt Adams Uindlni; Nor hnn ItelsslR was acildently hit over tho fyo by a base bull bat and badly injured. Mr. and Mrs. v. 8, Athcrton of Mal leus bay entertained, Juno 21, a party f 2T children ri honor of their Brand dauRhter, Miss ituth Orplui Vincent's ;tlt birthday, After a dainty luncheon on tho lawn, the now boat Frances Anna, owned by Mnnk White, was char tered and a delightful trip around tho bay was enjoyed by all. Miss Kutli was tho reclpent of many beautiful gifts. Moses Mehl, charged with InipcdlnK tho pound keeeper from takltiR a horse to pound, waB In Justlco fl. W. Debervllle' court yesterday anil plcueletl not Kullty, Ho was found guilty nnd lined $10 and yists of JIO.OS, appenlltiK thn enso to "(bounty court. Edward Bhortslecvea of IJast Fletcher pleaded guilty to breach of the peace and was fined tl and coats of f.1.20, which he will pay. Arthur Phillips was arrested by thn police Friday c'.iariTed lth vagrancy. There Is some question us to Phillips' sanity. Up has been cnllltiR at different places and offering a patent for sale. To one person whom he approached ho ex plained that the dnvlce was of such valuo that In n few years Its owners would be richer than tho Ootilds and Vnndrrbllts. Then he offered n half In terest In tho patent for 21", cents. Mrs. X. J. Clnnp, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. tl. F. Clnpp, has gone to Topchn, Kans., to visit relatives. Her son, llobert F., has employment there In the office of the Santa Fe railway. They expect to spend a part of the summer at r'olorndn Spring nnd also visit another son, 13. D. Clnpp, at Omaha, Neb., where be has a position with the I'nlon Pacific railway In chaino of woik at the Omaha shops. A small substantial house built by D. C. Plater of Hssex Junction will be used by the local executive committee as a bureau of Infot mutton during tercen tenary week. The house will probably be sltunted on the park, opposite tho Stannntd Memorial hnll. There are eight windows find a door In the structure and clerks will bo lornted at each window so that those desiring Information may nn rely stop to the outsldo of the struc ture. The Joint excursion nf the Baptist and Methodist I'N'reh Sunday schools to I'ott Montgomery Tuesday on tho ste.imer Clint camiav was the most large ly attended of the season, over .'eO tick ets being sold. The crowd wax partly due, no doubt, to the renewal of historic Interest In that spot. The excursion to Fott Frederic on the ttenmcr Vetmont, under tie auspices of tho Cathedral school, was attended by a few over 20) persons. A. P.. Cowdery has arrived In tho city from Itorton and Is supcrlntendcndlng the sprinkling of tarvla on the lower road. The oil was tried last year as an experiment nnd proved valuable, both as a road preserver and as a dust pre ventive. It Is expected that s.noo gallons will be used. During the time the oil Is being put on teams will bo kept off as It not only harms the road but covers tho wagons with the oil, which Is dllll cut to get off. Auditor Horace F. Oraham of Crafts bury was In the city yesterday, examining tho accounts of tho county clerk, sheriff and Justices of tho peace. Tho auditor refused to allow some of tho bills of costs of Justices J, H. Micombor, J, T. Stearns, G. W. Debervlllo of nurllngton, F.. A. Ullss of Jericho and Iouls Mongeon of Colchester because they were not tiled on or before the first day of the March term of Chittenden county court, In ac cordance with the statute. Frank Osborne of Kssex Junction was in city court Saturday afternoon nnd pleaded guilty to an Information alleging tho embezzlement of $150 from Clayton A. riooth of the same town. Ho was sentenced to serve not less than two noT more than three years In the State's prison at Wind sor but upon recommendation of tho State's attorney ho wns placed In the hands of the probation olllcer, one of tho termR of his parole being that he leave intoxicants alone. The $1R0 embezzled was blown In by young Osborne but was mnde good by friends. Monday morning at about R:30 o'clock n Horace KIdred, a Free Press carrier boy, was covering his usu-1 route through Khelburne street, two fawns bounded down from tho ledge nc.-vr the Taylor place. They calmly begun break fasting on some young catbago plants beside tho ledge road while tho carrier looked on. Suddenly ono of the fawns spied the boy anil, without a trace of fear, walked up within a few feet of him and mnde a good inspection. Hut thn faithful eanler could not delay longer and ho left his graceful friends to tlnlsh their repast. Hdward A. Iyiduko was In city court yesterday and pleaded guilty to being Intoxicated, receiving a fine of $1S and costs of Daduke told a marvellous yarn on dirclosure. He sojd that on Tues day he met a boyhood friend named Allen, whom he had not seen for 3.. years. Said Allen Is a sailor, has sailed the Oro.it LAkes and the Mississippi river and had a round of experiences. Kidukc met him by accident ana the two shared some spilt nnd somn whiskey. The story ended haprdly by tie elepartuio of Allen for Huston, whenco ho would rail for the Mississippi. Following the Vermont-Pennsylvania State game Filday afternoon tho members of the Vermont tram met and elected M. J. Hnirtngton of Pownal as th'eir captain for next season. The elec tion was unanimous. Hurrlngtnn has -aught for the varsity team tlneo yers and Is considered the best catcher that Vermont has ever had nnd, by many, tho best catcher In tho college world. In browing to bases Hurrlnyton has ahvaya excelled, particularly this season, and hts Judgment of the dllfereiu situations that ijulnkly arises In base bail lias al ways been excellent. His election, no doubt, will unanimously pleasn the term's admirers. Tho exclusion on the Chateaugny on Saturday, under tho auspices of the t'nlterlnn Chinch and Sunday tehoul, ns attended by 3'K) people. The boat wis ) urtered especially for the trip. A bind ing was made at Isle I.i Mntte al noon -ind the exinlonlHts had lunch on giounds ndJoln!t-g the residence of cx-lyieut-Oo". X. W risk, who, with his fiitomury hospitality, urged all to rrnko themselves at home. At l:'to the steamer started nn the return trip, skirting tho Xew York hore as far as Wlllsbon, hay. The Homer, o'ch'Rtra fu'-nMioil muV during the d:iv and the children at the Home for Deftlttiti! Children were invited gUOHtK, A largo audience greeted the Itev. W. J. O'Sulllvnn of Montpellor last evi nlng, when he gave a lectin o on "Christian Kduontlori" In the academy hall of St Mary's convent In connection with the Graduation week exercises of the class of W The speaker held the close atten tion of the aullence throughout his dls-i-ourse. The students, In anticipation of enjoylnir a rare treat, welcomed hlin en thusiastically and the subject was tioat- ed In such an able nnd Interesting man ! ner as to fulfill their anticipations, Thn 1 class motto, designed In cut flowers, had a prominent place In the decorations and , tho speaker alluded to the motto "Hrave ly, Faithfully and Cheerfully" In his dls course, urging the members of the grnd- uatlnc class to adhere to these qualities through life. This afternoon the grad uating exercises will be held In tho hall, Through the courtesy of the owners and lessens, tho committee on marking historic jdaces for tho Champlnln tercen tenary has placed markers on the follow ing homes, which wero former residences of distinguished men: 211 North street, owned by Napoleon St, George, the for mer home of den. Oeorgo J, Stannard; 30 Xcrth Wlnooskl avenue, owned by Joel W. Thomas, tho former boyhood homo of Gen. H. II. Msoum, U, 8. A., who was killed In the battle of Tientsin, China, In 1!W0; and 2(1S Main street, owned by Mrs. Kiln F Cnllahnn, thn early homo of Capt. Horace 11. Sawyer, who served with merit In tho U. S. navy In tho War of 1S12, and wjis captured In the Kaglo on Ixiko Champlnln In 1S13. Tiro youtif; peoplo of tho Unitarian Church had Ideal weather for their strawK-rry festlvnl on tho church grounds Tuesday afternoon and evening, nnd tho largo nttondnnco mndo the (iffalr a social and financial suc cess. Strawberries nre Just In their pi line now and people "rrtth a Jaded ap petite found llfn worth whllo after par taking of tho dollclo.is shortcalto or ber ries nnd Ice cream. During tho afternoon nnd evening nulnmoblles carried pass engers to Shclbtirne latins or about town for n small conslelerntlon and at 5 and S o'clock a pantomime, entitled "Tho Old Maids' Tea," was given by a number of the you, c people In the Sundny school room, Tho pantomime was presented by the MIsm'S draco Yale, Mnrguerlto Anld, Orabelle Hlplew, MarJnrle Cram, 1ollta Smith, MarJnrle Adslt, Florence Bradley, Isabel Taylor, Hnllle; Hrownell nnd .Mnr guerlto Hagnr. The young Indies mnelo a quaint nnd prim appeal anco In their old-fashloneel dresses. The entertain ment was gotten up by Miss (trace Glea son nnd Mrs. Alice White. During the evening little Thelmn Spe.ir rendered two vocal selections, aci ompunled by (1, II, Wilder. During tho evening the grounds were lighted with Japanese lanterns and Borneo's orchestra furnished music. FERARI ANIMAL SHOW. Some of the Features In n Ix-ndlni; Tercentennrj Attraction. The Cot. 1'nncls Fernrl's trained wild animal aiena nnd exposition shows, which will be an attraction of the Champlnln tercentenary celebration, will arrive from Tioy Sunday, July 4, and will be all ready to give the opening performance at 1:00 p. m., Mondny, July K. They are considered one of the best on tho road. The principal attraction Is Col. Fernrl's Trained Wild Animal company, one of tho best known aggregations of Its kind now before tho public. Harry Six, tho champion high diver of the world, will make a leap from the top of a lOn-foot ladder Into a tank con taining 3H Inches of water twice a day. Anothor mnrvetous feat will be performed by Minting, the blcyclo wonder, who will nscend nnd descend a spiral tower tV) feet high on a unlcycle. Other attractions nre Peerless Mnmle In fire, electrical nnd serpentine dances; Prince Xlcholns, a Busslan prince, being only 27 inches high, weighing 32 pounds and 3.1 years old; the horse show, in which Is seen Hiram, the largest horse In the world; BlueTjell, tho hairless wonder; Jessie, the cow with n human skin; tho smallest horse and donkey In the world; the Streets of Cairo, In which the different customs anil dances of tho Far Hast are given; the Human Butterfly, one of the most puzzllns Illusions now before the amusement-loving public, together with many other new and startling features. stock WKi.i-msAvnns wr.nnixn. A special dispatch to the Xowark (Xew Jersey) Hvenlng Xews from High Tfrldgo glvei thn 'olIowlnR account of the wed ding of Assistant Fire Chief C. D. P. Rtockwell of this city nnd Miss Rachel Beavers on Tuesday; A pretty home wedding was solemnized to-day nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zena-s Apgar In Main street. The principals wero Miss Hnchcl Heavers, daughter of Mrs. HHza Beavers, of this place, and Carlton D. P. Stnekwctl, of Burlington, Vt. The ceremony wns performed In tho main parlor In the presence of a large number of Invltoel guests by the Rev. Oscar M. Voorhees, pastor of the local Reformed Church. Mrs. Zenas Apgar, a sister, acted ns matron of honor, nnd Zenas Apgar was best man. Miss Wava Heavers, a nleco, was ring bearer. The ushers were Joseph Devlin and Charles Murray, of this placo. The parlor wns handsomely decorated with palms, potted nnd cut flowers. Following the ceremony a reception wns held nnd n wedding dinner served. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stockwell left on a brief wedding trip. They will return here next Saturday and arrange to ro to Burlington, Vt . the following week, where the groom Is assistant fire chief of the nurllngton tire department. Mr. and Mrs. Stockwell will he at home In their new ly furnished residence In til Wlnooskl avenue, Hurllngton, Vt., July 1!. The bride received many valuable and useful gifts. Ouesis wore present from Xewark, Xe-ir York, Jcrsev City Fllzaboth, Platn fleld, Hound Brook, Wllllamsbrldge, X. Y.; Stnpleton, Stnten Island; Olen Onrdner. Hampton, Clinton, Phllllpsburg. Xnzareth. Pa.; Meehanicsburst, Pa.; Boston, Pa.; Phllaelolphla, Pa.; Provi dence, R I, ; Chicago, Stamford. Conn ; I lost on, Mass.; Hampton Corner, Mo.; Burlington, Vt., nnd Brooklyn, X. Y. The Burlington fire department's present to the bride was a handsome silver tea set. Tin: tiiik-iio.v. I've got a thing1 Inside my head That's made of tacks and spools of thread, And little sticks, and wheels, and sprint;, And si'lssors, and nil sorts of thing's. Besides. It's like n little trap; When thoughts come In, I hear It snap! And then- It's got 'em, In a trice, I.ll:e vriet's trap g-ets little mice. I's like Dad's typewriter machine, With clocks, and such things, In be tween. It's something like his cam'ro, too; And like my paints red, green, nnd blue, It ticks out thoughts and ticks 'em In, As fast as all tho wheels can spin. It makes me think of things for lunch, And woodon jruns, nnd funny Punch And Judy, and of Puss In Boots, And Granilinama, and solldler-sults. It makes mo think of motor cars, Of sixteen labhlts and ten stnri. U makes me want n piece of rope, A hammer and Dad's shaving soap. It makes mo break my china cup, And g-et my suit all dirtied up. Guess what It's just been tnlllnpr mo? It said I must go quietly And Unci that great big- heavy Jar The one where all the cookies are. Julian Street, In July Hverybody's. LEAGUE STANDINGS. AMKRICAN LEAGUB. Won, lat. Detroit 37 19 Philadelphia 30 23 Boston 31 21 Cleveland 2? 25 New York 25 27 Chicago 24 2S Washington ID 33 St. Ixiuts 19 35 NATIONAL LHAGUR. Won. tost. ,1'lttwburg 39 13 Chicago 35 19 New York 26 22 Cincinnati 29 21 Philadelphia t 27 .St, Inls 23 31 Brooklyn 19 S3 IHoston 13 37 Pet. ,f,ni ,501 ,5l ,M7 ,4t0 . jr,2 .305 .352 Pet. .750 ,GIS .542 .527 .471 .426 .317, .200 "My ehllel was burned terribly about tho face, ne k and chest. I appll'' Dr Thomas's ICIeetrlo Oil The pain ceased and the child sank Into a rost ful sleep"-Mrs, Nancy M. lUnson, Hamburg. N, y. H I : OBITUARY Mrs, Itneliel ftlnitstnne, Mrs. Iliichnl Gladstone died Thursday evening at the age- of GO years. Hho bad hei'ii HI about a year. Bile Is survived by n hushand, who Is vlsltlns In Jerusalem, and by several children, Sirs, llrleluet Willi. Mrs. Bridget Wall, nged 7fi, died Sun day at St. Joseph's orphan asylum, where she had been nn Inmate for sev eral years. The funeinl was held In the chapel at the asylum Tuesday morn ing. Mis. Unll had been In falling health for several years. Rtieolnnime Phillip, Fmelntntne Phillips, aged If,, nn In mate of the Providence Orphm isvlum, died Friday morning:, following a three days' Illness with Appendicitis. T'io body wan taken Friday after noon to Htltlnnd, Where her mother i e sldes. Tho funeral was held there Sun day. Fellv It. Ilnriirerd. Felix It. Barnard, nged 42, for If, years manager of the Sherwood House, dleel Friday morning at the hotel. Mr, Barnnrd has been In fulling health for a year or more but death was caused yesterday morning by heart disease. He Is survived by a son, Lester, and by one sister, Mrs. T. H. Murphy of this city. He also leaves two brothers, Henry of Hartford, Conn., nnd Joseph of Johnson. The body was taken to the homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Murphy of North Wlnooskl avenue. Tho funeral was held from St. Mary's Cathedral at 1:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Amelln V. Barker. Amelia F. Barker died at the resldenco of Dr. H. E. Colvln, ISO cherry street, Tuesday at midnight after an lllnesa with csncer of tho liver. Mrs. Barker wns 74 years old and was Mrs. Colvln's grandmother. She had spent most of her life In Mhldlebury but came to Burling ton to reside with Mrs. Colvln about a year ago. Mrs. Barker nnd heen a life long member of tho Methodist Church and hnd gained a wide acquaintance among tho members of that church In this city. She wns twice married, her first husband being Mr. Lnngworthy nnd she Is survived by n son, Harry Lang worthy of this city, nnd one daughter, Mrs. T. W. Fletcher of Bridport. RUTLAND FACES DEFICIT. If All Appropriation Are Mnde, It'll He U'0,000. The question of the tax levy which at present confronts the boaril of aldermen Is a serious one and Is causing much dis cussion there. At the regular mcetlnij of the board Monday night three reso lutions wero Introduced calling for 160, le0 nnd 200 cents on each '$1.00 of the grand list. Xo action was taken and a special meeting has been called for next Monday night, when thn matter will be settled. The grand list this year amounts to $.cfi,HS.10, practlrnlly the samo as last year. Heretofore there has been a deficit at tho end of thq year and It haa been necesary to borrow money to run the city from January 1 of each year to April 30 of tho snme year, Tho annunl reports ehow that there Is money In the treas ury, but this Is nevcTfiio at tho end of the year. If all the appropriation asked for by Mayor H. O. Carpenter are made by the board of aldermen and not count ing the school money there will be a de ficit May 1. 1910, of about Sio.noo This has got to be provided for by an extra tax levy, by using the water money or bor rowing the money. Some of the nlder rnen are In favor of raising the tax levy claiming that this Is the only fair way of doing It. Others nre in favor of tak ing tho water money and others by bor rowing on temporary loan warrnnts. FIGHT OVER OLD GRANT. Grammar School Cnse In Caledonia County lino llnrk In 17SI. The case Is on In Caledonia county court of the Caledonia county grammar school of Penchant vs. Georgo T How ard of Craftsbury and S. Blanche Kent of Hatdwlck. This Is nn anion of eject ment to recover possession of a lot of land In Hardwlrk. Tho grammar xdiool claims the title to the land by reason of several acts of the legislature. The first of these acts wis passed bv the Legislature In 17X1, It be'ng the char ter of the town of Hardwlr-k, In which grants were mnde to f.7 orlglral proprie tors and to five public rights. The rights are as follows: For the use of a semi nary or college, to support n minister, to ndvnnco social worship, to the use of Bngllsh schools, and to thn ubo of a county grammar school. A second act was the charter to the Caledonia county grammar school passed In 1799. By reason of this tho grammar school claims the right to the public right reserved In the charter to the town of Hardwlck to a county grammar school. In 190". II, H, Powers nnd H. S. Peek, as executors of tho will r,f Alden C Judevlne of Hardwlck. deeeled tho land to Mr. Howlnnd and he, In turn, deeded part of It to Mrs Kent and others It !s valuable timber land, and the parties who claim possession of It have cut off Jt.roo worth of lumber. There nre SO acres, nil told, on Sugar mountain In Hardwlck, Attorneys Ellsha May, 11. E. Dullard nnd II. B. Howe represent the plalntllf nnd II. H. Powers, Dunnett k Slack and W. A. Dulton represent the defendants. KXCI'HMOX JU.VI3 UT. The Central Vermont will run the firt of its popular excursions for a sail on Lake Champlnln, Sunday, July 27th. Special train will leavo Rlchford at 7:45 a. m., Enosburgh Falls at 8:21 a. m., St, Albnns, 9:2S a. m,, Stilton, 9:53 a. m., Cambridge Jenctlon, 8:30 a. m., Cam bridge, K:42 a, m Underbill, 9:10 a, in. At Burlington connecting with the steam er Chatenugay for a five hours sail. Sea sonable hours; low fares and an enjoy able time. See flyers for particulars, lS,23,26,2,w,lt. WHIST COUNTERS. nuy the best the Boston game count ers for your whist cluhs. They will laat for years. Sold by the Free Prcs sta tionery store. Ntiirk, Tool null Furniture. All Included with this 40. acre So, Vt. farm, C cows and heifer, pair matched horses, wigons, sleds, hIoIk'Iis, complete) set farming tools and house hold equipment, ull that Is necessary In an up-to-date farm house; soli, black loam, pasture for ti cows, eutH liny for same, orchard 100 trees; l0-rooni house, running water, brond plazzn, 40-ft, barn, stiihlo, poultry and Ice house, pond on farm; owner who has made inonny hero retires to vlllago home nnd thn low price Is $2,500; all details page 79, "Strnut's Mny-Juiw; Bulletin' Copy free. Dept. 2742. J5. A. Strout Co.. 294 Wash. St., Boston, (2.W21 TERCENTENARY READING Books and Pamphlets in Fletcher Free Library. I.nnjr MM Includes ntoe-rnpley, .Vnrrn llvci History, Description nnel Poe try. llh Some Work Tliieclnl y Arlnpled to Juveniles. Tho following Is n list of books nnd pamphlets In tho Fletcher Free public library relating to the history of Lake Champlnln and thn Champlaln valley territory: BIOGRAPHIES AND ORIGINAL NAR RATIVES. Champlaln, Samuel de. Voyages nnd Explorations, 1C0I-1C16; tr. by Bourne, 2 v. Dlx, E. A., Champlaln, tho Founder of Now France. Nelson, H. K, Champlaln. (In Har per's magazine v. 107, p. 917.) Sedgwick, H. D., Samuel do Champlaln. (Riverside biographical ser.) Designed for young readers. BouTlnot, Sir J. G. The Story of Can nda lKDtl. (Story of the Notions series) p. 49-91. Chnmplaln, Samuel do. Voyages, 1G04 1C1S; ed. by Grant, 1907. (Original narra tives of enrly American history.) Champlnln, Samuel de. Voyages; ou Journal et deoouvertes de la Xouvello Frnnco. 1830. Colby, C. W. Cnnadlnn types of the old regime, lGOS-lfWS. 190S, chapter 2. The ex plorer; Champlaln. Dawson. W. E. The St Irfiwrence; Its Basin and Borderlands; the Story of Their Discovery, Explorations and Occu pation. 1905, p. 231-288. Oilman, A. Tales of the Pathfinders, 1SS4, p. 93-111. ! Hoofer. Xouvello Blngrnphle Ooner.ile, 1R76. v. 9, p. G39-4.1. Machar, A. M., Stories of Xew France. Being tales of ndventuxc and heroism from the history of Canada, 1SC0, p. 50-99. Wlnsor, Justin, Cartler to Frontenao, geographical discovery In the Interior of Xorth America In Its historical relations, 1534-1700, 1fP4, p. 77-lM. Wlnsor, Justin, ed. Xnrratlvo and crit ical history of America. 1W, v. 4, p. 103 135. diameter of Champlaln. Review of Reviews, 3S:.V,2. September, 1908. Enrly American pioneer Hnrper's monthly 107:912-51, November, 1903. French In the Champlaln valley, Xew England magazine. 24:322-9, May, 1971. Tercentenary of Quebec. Blackwood's mamztne, 114:144-S. DESCRIPTION AND HISTORT. Allen, Ethnn. Xnrratlve of the cop- ! tlvtty and treatment by tho British. Written by himself. Burlington. 143. Anld, Joseph. Picturesque Burlington, Vt., and Ijako Champlaln. Barnes, Jamoa. Xavnl actions of the War of 1S12. Clark, n. N. Accounts of the battle of Plattsburgh. (See his list of pensioners of the Wnr of 1S12, p 45.) De Costa, B, F., Lake George with notes on Lake Champlaln. Plske, John. American revolution, 2 v. All the pertinent material is In v. 1, New France and Xew England. Hall, Henry, Capture of Tlconderoga. (See his Ethan Allen, p. Cl-V.) Johnson, Clifton. Xew England and Its neighbors. MncDonough, Rodney. Life of Com modore Thomas Mac Donough, V, S. navy. Moore, Hugh. Memoir of Ethan Allen, containing the most Interesting Incidents connected with his private and public career. Plnttsbursh, X. V., 1S34. Murray, W. H. H. Lake Champlaln and Its shores. Palmer, P. S. History of Lake Cham plaln, 1W9-1S14. Parkman, Francis. HItorical hand book of the northern tour. The narratives of Lake Chnmplaln are drawn from Pioneers of Franco In the Xew World and Moncalm and Wolfe. Montcalm and Wolfe, 2 v. Like Champlaln In the French and In dian war. Pioneer" of France In the Xew World. Chnmplaln ind tho discovery of tho lake. Royco, Mrs. C. H. Bessboro; a history of Westport, Essex county, Xew York. Snedeker, Florette W. A. family canoe trip. Watson. Elknnnh. Men nnd times of the revolution; Including lournnls nf travels In Europe and America; ed. by W. C. Watson. Watson. W. C. Military and civil his tory of the county of Essex. Xew York, and the military flnnnls of tho fortresses of Crown Point and Tlconderoga. Pio neer history of the Champlnin valley; being nn nccount of the settlement of the town of Wlllshorouch by William Glllllnnd together with his Journal and other papers, and a memoir and histori cal nnd illustrative note". Allen Joseph. Battles of the British navy 1S72. p. 470. Arnold, I. N. Naval Battle of Vnlcour Island. (See his IJfe of Benedict Arnold, p. HT.-20.) Brady, C. T., Fighting Around Tlcon deroiM. (Fee His Colonial Fights and Fighters, p. 2f,3-SG. Chittenden, L. E. Capture of Tlcon deroga. Cutler, W., Life of Israel Putnam, chapters, C-7. De Puy. H. W. Ethan Allen nnd tho Oregon Mountain Heroes. Hemenwny, A. M., ed, Vermont His torical Gazettoe-r, vol I, p. 4-733, eon taln.i articles on Ethnn Allen, Lake Champlaln, Burlington, etc. Johnson, R., History of tho French War. Livingston, W. F, Attack on Tlcon deroga. (See His Israel Putnam p. 71-M.) Lcsslng, B. J. Pictorial Field Book of the War of 1S12. leasing, B. J., Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution. Perry, O. W TIconderoKa (Bee New England magnzlne, N. S., Vol. 21, p. 119 127. Roosovelt, Theodore, Naval War of 1811 Sparks, J Life of Col. Ethan Allen, Stoddard, 8. R. Tlconderoga ; Past nnd Present. Crockett, W, H History of Lake Champlaln. PROSE. James, O. P. Vt. Tlcondoroga. JUVENILE. Roblneon, Rowland, Hero of Tlcon deroga. Cooper, J, F. Znst of tho Mohicans, Hawthorne, X. Old Tlconderoga. (See his House of the. Seven Gables nnd the Old Stono Image. Riverside ed., p, 591 97.) Smith, J, T. Snranac, a story of Lake Champlnln. Thompson, V. V. Groen Mountain Boys. IKDETRV. Harper, Champlaln; a drama In three ncl; with essny on Champlnln, tho man and the explorer, 1909. Harbaugh, T. C By the Shores of r June 24th 1909 The Telephone Call 53 Private ri ehatiKe eng. lectins; ii 1 1 departments. fresh, new, I Little Wonder that this at.nrA w Wi v ' "vw rt ii, i j niu lliuab ISil' inusia3tic sncmners we ever snrvprl fnr thn vArinnffntic. A A - parelled and people have been Ktttjca uueieu nere, wnue mo alterations nave been going on. There has never been such plain straight forward practica' reasons for a sale, as for this Altfirntinn Knln rirt t unfortunate for us that these alterations came durine the month Jiiojtui oi au montns, wncn every merchant must have a nrcfit on hia p-oorls Vint t. ennbi tw i, n!,t,i - o -vw wn.w A.vu u UVU1UUU CVUiY stock and every department was crowded due partly to the "J1 wm miti -wmi me most supero assortment of fine sum mer merchandise ever shown in this section before. To attract you here durino- t1 s'." moults oruers were thing ever before attemntfitl in l Many of the most staule linns of - , L ment were cut in price without muai- wauteu demand, immense auantities of - a -w u.iu.uv cici sum to sav Litnt lr. nns noan a mnot ei,nnAnrf,,l i 4i. .. .. i T "wo, ouvcaoiiii &ue is putting it very mildly it has been a nhenompnn.1 m1o nVin,v,i i J phenomenal in the crowds that responded. We shall continue offering every day, that these alterations continue the same great list of underpriced specials, that has attracted thousands here and will in addition, add each day many extraordinary special lots of merchandise for the one day sales that will surely attract every woman, who desires greater value for her money than it is possible to secure any other time place or occasion. ' ' duriJhlf saaT mney by rCading 0Ur ads and tradil hre Toilet Articles CerjIopsN Talcum Ponder, Value I3c at lOe Mennen'n Tnlenm Povrelrr, Value 25e nt I2ir I,j.n' Tooth Towder, VhIup 2!tc at 10c I'lsterlne nnd niJTOKen, Value BOe nt tine Parker's Tar Soap, Vnllle 2T,o nt lte Cntleurn Soap, Vnlnr 23c at lpe WHO EVKH HAD TOO MANY Handkerchiefs IN HOT WTlATTinnf Men's Inner I.lnen Handkerchief with narrow hrmatlttched hem, value 2Se nnd 33o at Ifle mrh. U Women's fine Sheer I.lnen Ilnnd D kerchiefs, value ide each at 8 for 2Se. Silk Gloves Another shipment of the 10-hut-ton Irnirth Pnre Silk Glove, In black onlj eirrj pnlr nerfecl north 81.00, nt 40c per pnlr. Itkc Champlaln. (Pee New York Stato edueiitlnn department, Iike Champlaln tercentenary, p. 2S.) Tuckerman. II. T. Kake Champlaln. (See Now York State education depart ment, I.ako Champlaln tercentenary, p. X.) Wilson, V. Tt. Tlconderosa (See New York State, ednc.itl"n dopnrnnent. Lake Champlaln tercentenary, p. 2S.) WEDDED AT ST. JOSEPH'S. Mnrrlnnc of J. II. Mnuc and Mls Kill th (Jo.erlln Ki.IIimtciI by ltecrptlon. One of the prettiest weddings of tin year took plice vextc-dnv afternoon at three o'clock nt Rt .Tn'eph s Church when Mls Kd'tb It. f?o!elln, dimrbter of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. !' Ooelln of Hyde Ktieet, was married by the Ht. Hev. J. M, Cloarec to J. Romeo Stnne of thia cuy, pen oi .,ir. ami .ir. iiiiiu iuh, of KecHevllle. Tho bridal profession entered the church to the music of the chimes and to tho strnlns of the bridal chorus from "rhenifrln." Tred Hue and fieoise De lllo, usbeia, piece 'led the pirty nnd were follow cd by Mlsi Pielln Oosselln, tho maid of honor, nnd the bride, escort ed by her father. The patty was met at the chancel rail hi the proom, accom panied by his father. Dii'-lnis the cere mony Mrs. J. I.. Sbanley s.uii; the Ave Maria In nn effective manner. Inside nf the chancel, the chinch was decorated with palms and cut (lowers. The bride was ch.innltiKlv attired In nn empire rowii of white nit over whlto satin and wore a law OalnsborouKh hat trimmed with will w plumes. She car ried a boueiuet of bridal roses. The muld of honor wore a prtneess pown of white lace, a picture hat and carried pink carnations, Mendelssohn's wcddlnar march was played as the party left tho church. Following tho ceremony, a reception was held at the homo of the bride's par ents. The house was tastefully deco rated with fern3 and flowers, the color scheme helnc green and white. Musle was furnished by llomeo's orchestra. Dainty refreshments were served. Tho Misses Marlon Thomas, Ma mie aratton, Amelia Duhnmrl and Anna Gossolln served, nnd Miss Helen Stone presided over the punch bowl. A display of many beautiful and costly Krlfts to the bride tilled ono of the rooms. AmonR the out-of-town fruests present wero Mr, and Mrs. William Stono nnd Miss Helen Stono, Mr, and Mrs. M. Mc Aloon nnd son, Clarence, all of Keese villc, N. Y and Mrs. J, Normandln of Montreal, Mr, and Mrs. Stone left later In the nfternoon for nn extendetl trio, whem I hey will spend some time at the Thou- sand Islnnds. 1'pon their return they will make their homo In this city. I DEED. I'BOK Kntered Into rest at ntne o'cloch on the evening of Juno 22, 1W9, John iZ, Peck of m College street PHOJII'T ATTENTION ttlVHN Til .HA If. A Nil -I'llONn uniM.it. IGAI'HCSH PAID ON A 1,1, Mll. ORDERS OF 2.f.O OH OVER. Not in years has there been a sale of such reliable and seasonable merchan dise as presented for This Alteration Sale rrnwWl titii -we. 4VUllUUIWIJi) Ul" quick to recormize the adva- thnsr. n.H.nrntlnne nnrl frt nniinH given lor a sale to suvnnss nnv. n oHv thn r t..hi- v., ui xj m luiuivn. mprrdinnfiioo fmm ni, -i x .............. uavu utjuurt- any thought of cost. Each day imngs, merchandise greatest in morriin Domestics Tard wide Ilrovrn Cotton, value re, nt Be per nrd. nienehed nnd t'nblrached Cheese rinth, value Ce, nt 4V4e per yard. 12-ynrd pieces KuKlUh LenK flolh. full yard v. Ide, value l.r,0, nt SI. 00 per piece. 10-ynrd pieces of Diaper Cloth, vnlue OB, at BOc per yard. $4.50 Cut Glass Bowls at $2.75. Rltrht nt n most opportune time for nnldlnsrs, etc., wc offer n larce and petty assortment of H-tnch Cot Olns, nerry Bowls, rich, deep, clear cut patterns every howl perfect and north 84.75 ench, at 82.73. red Tea Glasses n -production of the colonial patterns hlc;h flnre top, elrnr, nne Klns, at 81.23 per dozen. Smaller nle In the Hnme style tumblers, 69c per dozen. MEMORIAL MASS. ."crWc-s at St. .Ici.rpli's Church Sun. day, July 4, A mass In runiorv o' fi-iiel Jo Champlnln w:l! be celbrr.ed i t St. Joseph's Chur-'i at 12: p. m unday, .Inly 4, the order nf the w we beln'j as follows; Continuation administered anil bened c tlon piorir -t .1 bv tho Ut llev. Hlshop UaMr.t b'sbop of M ri-, real. Ce'lebrant of nn.'-s tb.- nt. 11. v J M, I'hi.irev, s. rtr.'m t'-o Itev I vit' er Auhln Musle e'nmpl.i"' tercen tenr:, 1 1.. i1.'. I I,-.- nig in an.l Waterman's f .!! oiclutri (U-Asi,e-rs'c,, c,i .rian. .M.i' -v r 13 O liyne and eil.irii from ei. Mart's fievortte m.iss lr flat. Diii'ti-' p .r.,. Mts-a Katut-lro McCaffrey. Alt ). Mrs. Mary M Orith, Solos Soprano, Ml&s Acnes Uooley, Mrs. John Shntiley Polos Tenor. Clifford (. Hoaupre, N. r. Ulnke. (3) Credo frlom Thco. de ! i llache's mas-s In honor of St. jo Is Trio Hotirann Miss l'.in.i Ij. llloiidln. Alto-Mrs. Mary M. rir-ith, Ti nor Ivlward D n aw Quartette I'll st tenor, .V D 1 vk , Second tenor, KdwnrM D iti.iw 1'trst bass X. J. St I ie-ro. Seiotul bass, J. It linnets Solo Soprano Mis. i. O. Coutu Snlo Alto Mrs. W. White, ."..u. Solo Tenor Kd ward I)tiiaw Solo liass N'. J. St. Pierre. Offertory. (t)-Sitlo Fifth word of the seven last words of Christ, by Tbeodoro 15 a Hols. Solo Harltone Pr. 0. O. Coutu. Solo Tenor N. D. Wake. Quartette First tenor, x, D. Illake. Fecond tenor, C. C. lleaupre, First bass, Pr. O. O. Coutu, Fecond bass, J. n. Koberts (H Sanctiis and benedlctus, from Ch Oounod's Messe. Folennelle to Ste. Cecillia. Solos Tenor, H. Lathe: Roprano, Mrs. O. O. Coutu. (6) Animus Pel, from Thco. de la Hnche's mass In honor of St. Louis, Chorus. (7) To Ileum, by Victor Hammerel. (R) Tntum F.rgo Lamblllotte Chorus. Solos Hass, 13. C. Moffatt, Tenor, H. Lathe, Soprano," Miss Agnes Pooloy, Alto. Miss K. II, Hasar. (5) Laudnte Le .leal. Chorus. Choir director K. J. Jienupre, OrKnnlst F, J. Heaupre. Orchestra lender Ilert Waterman. EXPLALNKD. ! She looked awfully bored nt tho recep tion. She dlow do you know? How do I know? Wasn't I tnlktnsr to her nearly the whole evening?" Ynnkon Statesman.